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secretary of state hillary clinton will have her final meeting at the white house. john kerry will be officially sworn in as the new head of the state department later this afternoon. >>> want to start, though, with today's january jobs report. that is the big conversation piece this morning. where unemployment ticking back up slightly from december. an increase of .1% from a month ago. but that's not necessarily a bad thing. and joining me now to explain why, cnbc contributor ron en sonna, author of how to make a fortune from the bailout. while people would look at this and have a knee jerk reaction this is bad, the markets, they're doing well today, flirting with history. >> the headline number, tom, was 157,000 jobs created, 157. that's a yahwn. in the past two months, it was revised upward. so it takes the last year average of jobs created at 180,000 a month, a much better number. and it comes in contrast to that contraction we saw in gdp in the fourth quarter. so calms people down a little bit about where this economy is headed. >> if we look over the trends that are goin
win it. do appreciate all you do for prostate cancer as well. >> hillary clinton is no longer secretary of state and bid farewell to staff and friends at the state department. >> i am so grateful that we have had a chance to contribute in each of our ways to making our country and our world stronger, safer, fairer, and better. >> what will be clinton's legacy at state? let's go to the war room. strategist richard goodstein and republican strategist joe watkins, an aide to george h.w. bush. let me start with you. hillary clinton left as an extremely popular secretary of state and griacing news week's cover calling her the most powerful woman in american history. that's a definitive declaration. >> close to it. there many powerful women in the united states and in the world, but hillary clinton is easily one if not the most powerful. her career has been extraordinary. not only first lady, but a u.s. senator and secretary of state and somebody who could be again a candidate for the presidency in 2016. >> she came under fire for the attack on the consulate in ben gazay that left f
on a different topic because hillary clinton sat down for an interview with andrea mitchell who asked her about the future. obviously asking about 2016. and asked if health could be a factor in deciding whether to run again. i want to give you the secretary's response to that. >> i'm healthy enough and my stamina is great enough and i'll be fully recovered to do whatever i choose to do. but i don't have any decisions made -- >> so, you were a big supporter, i'll remind everybody, of mrs. clinton in '08 before switching to support the president. it was a brutal primary, do you think she's going to go for it in 2016? i ask not only as congresswoman but the dnc chair who tweeted out, to continue to what we do best, out work and organize our way to victory. >> i think what secretary clinton is going to do is exactly what is he said to take a well earned rest and make sure she spends time with her family, pondering next few years, focusing on what i'm sure will be her charitable work and all of the causes she passionately believes in. she'll postpone a decision about her future for a little while af
clinton. she had an opportunity to speak about what it's like to be living in such a bipartisan world of washington, d.c., right now. again, her farewell week has been really one of high aplomb, but take a look at this. >> but it's become more so, and it's also resulted in less productivity, you know? you can be partisan, you can have a strong sense of the rightness of your position, but democracy and certainly legislative bodies require compromise. and you can't let compromise become a dirty word, because then you fear toward fanaticism. >> maria teresa, has "compromise" really become a dirty word, especially when it's over a hot-button issue like immigration reform? >> i think absolutely. and i think for secretary clinton to say that, while short-term she remembers the days when her husband about to get impeached and says this is the most tested time when it comes to bipartisanship, i think it says something. but the way she's looser in communicating with the american people, the way she's more comfortable in talking about these issues, i think it also says, lack, we have to be able
held at temple emanuel on the upper east side of new york city. former president bill clinton is among the speakers at the funeral today. he is representing the obama administration. the mayor died of congestive heart failure on friday morning. he was 88 years old. >>> coming up, just 25 days until the next potential fiscal crisis. the sequester could have devastating impact on our current economy, particularly the job market. we get ezra klein in. >>> plus, the highlights and no-lights of the super bowl. a record-breaking night in so many ways, on the field and on the clock, but also an electrifying night when the power was working, of course. then the power goes out. it was crazy. what was your most memorable moment of the super bowl? [ male announcer ] it's simple physics... a body at rest tends to stay at rest... while a body in motion tends to stay in motion. staying active can actually ease arthritis symptoms. but if you have arthritis, staying active can be difficult. prescription celebrex can help relieve arthritis pain so your body can stay in motion. because just one 200mg ce
it was just a mistake. >>> hillary clinton's only been retired now for a few days, but her team has already launched a new website. take a peek. there it is. hillaryclintonoffice.com. and right now, there's not much to it, just a picture of the former secretary of state and a "contact" button. >>> tagg, not it. mitt romney's son says he will not run for the vacant massachusetts senate seat. he released a statement yesterday saying, "i love my home state and admit it would be an honor to represent the citizens of our great commonwealth. however, i am currently committed to my business and to spending as much time as i can with my wife and children." then there was the "boston herald's" weekend reporting that republicans want tagg's mom, ann romney, to run for that seat. she has not commented yet, but republicans probably shouldn't hold their breath on that one. but there is one republican tossing his hat into the ring, congressman paul broun. he is one of the most conservative members of the house, expected to announce his candidacy coming up tomorrow. >>> meanwhile, bill clinton says that b
'll come back later in the next hour. thank you, sir. former president bill clinton among the dignitaries delivering remarks at the funeral of former new york city mayor ed koch. services will take place monday morning on new york's upper east side. koch died friday at the age of 88. >>> president obama's defense secretary nominee chuck hagel may have picked up key support. nebraska senator mike injuringeinjuringer -- will support hagel's nomination. >>> and rick perceive says that the boy scouts should not bend to the wimz of popular culture. his week in minneapolis, minnesota. joining us is peter alex and forever the white house what can we expect to hear from the president on that trip? >> it's interesting. we may hear on this very topic in the next couple of hours. scheduled to do an interview before the super bowl with cbs news and will likely be questioned about the topic of gun violence in his efforts to push for new, strict restrictions in terms of gun laws. tomorrow, it's as important that he is going as he is what he will say when he arrives in minneapolis. he is making his firs
republicans to follow president clinton's lead and say let's go into kosovo to stop the worst ethnic cleansing in european history in world war ii. let's send enough troops in there so they're not short-handed and we didn't lose one troop to combat fatality. and we stopped that ethnic cleansing in kosovo. and i think we have to give him credit for that. >> one thing the anticipation is living up to the hype. this is very heated so far, at least the questions that are coming for him, joanne, right now not only about foreign policy and where we go moving forward as a country, past senate votes, but whether or not he will pick up the mantle of the president's orders and what leon panetta has put in place. when we talk about the full repeal of don't ask/don't tell and about leon panetta saying women can serve in combat and also the issue of sexual assaults going on in the military right now which is front and center with that na documentary the invisible war. he seems up to the task or at least in this testimony to take on the mantle fully. >> and what's interesting i think that is the stuff that'
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